Over 99 Percent of 12,000 Women Infected With Zika Gave Birth to Healthy Babies – Women Don’t ‘Need’ Abortion; Culprit May Be Insect Larvicide

All along I’ve felt somewhat suspect that the Zika virus is linked to microcephaly. Planned Parenthood and the abortion industry were quick to jump on the abortion bandwagon for pregnant women with confirmed or suspected cases of the Zika virus. But a recent, expansive study has cast legitimate doubt on the Zika/microcephaly connection. Anxiety over Zika has affected the Olympic and Paralympic games in Rio, as well as impacting the cruise industry in Florida where Zika cases have been reported. Concern continues to grow. Planned Parenthood and the rest of the abortion industry were quick to insert themselves into the medical crisis because they’re absolutely desperate to link abortion to any perceived common good and they thought the Zika virus was their ride to glory. As a result, they’ve been advocating abortion for at-risk pregnant women. Planned Parenthood even hired canvassers to go door-to-door in Miami. The New England Complex Systems Institute has shed new light on the situation and opened the possibility that the declared Zika link may be premature. The study is expansive and so credible that the New England Journal of Medicine published the preliminary results in spite of already concluding Zika was the problem. The study looked at nearly 12,000 pregnant Colombian women infected with Zika. None of them had a baby with microcephaly. Four cases of microcephaly were reported with women who didn’t have Zika symptoms and were not part of the study, which is consistent with the normal expected number of cases. Based on estimated numbers there should be about 60,000 pregnant women in Colombia with the Zika virus, yet there are hardly...

Doctors Said Eli Would be Disabled or Die, So He Should Be Aborted… He Was Born Healthy

The news just kept getting worse and worse for Courtney Mitchell and her unborn son. It began when Mitchell went for her 20-week ultrasound. Her doctor discovered strange pockets of fluid in her placenta and ordered a high risk ultrasound for the next day. After the second ultrasound, doctors told Courtney and her husband, Chris, that their son had genetic problems and probably would not live outside the womb. Doctors gave baby Eli less than 1 percent chance of survival....

The Gift of Breath & Speech

When Andrea Hasse of Michigan was pregnant with her son, Grant, he was diagnosed with a condition that has about 1% chance of survival. His airways were largely blocked and he would suffer from lack of oxygen after birth. Doctors operated at 27 weeks of pregnancy and inserted a tube through his neck to open the airway. They then delivered the baby. Grant is quite healthy. At one year of age, a doctor operated to improve the airway only to discover that Grant had no vocal chords so would never speak. The parents were happy just to have Grant as healthy as he was. The surgeon was not satisfied and made two tubes from the adjacent muscles and separated them with a graft from a rib. The parents received a great thrill when Grant uttered his first word. His vocabulary is expanding. He is expected to speak clearly, but his voice may sound a bit different. His voice will be...

Breast Cancer While Pregnant: Jenny Could Have Aborted, But She Didn’t (2014)

Breast cancer during pregnancy is very rare, occurring in only one in every 3,000 pregnant women. That’s why when 27-year-old Jenny Davis felt a lump in her breast while nursing her 7-month-old son she wasn’t too concerned. Jenny was just five weeks pregnant with her second child when she discovered the lump but figured it was a plugged milk duct. However, when doctors felt the mass they were worried and wanted to perform a biopsy. Since Jenny was so early in her pregnancy, they had to wait before she could have the routine procedure. Jenny said, “During that time, just a couple of months, the tumor doubled in size”. Dr. Jonathan Bender, Davis’s oncologist and the Medical Director at Piedmont Fayette Cancer Center, said, “She was 27 and diagnosed with one of the most aggressive types of breast cancer that we see, which is ‘triple negative’. We always have to make a decision on whether to delay therapy or treat right away.” While ideally Jenny wouldn’t start chemotherapy until after she had her baby, Dr. Bender felt they had to start treatment as soon as possible. She needed four rounds of chemo during her second and third trimester and then two more after the baby was born. But Jenny was worried about her baby. She said, “Trying to save my life, and trying not to harm her life was very hard.” Thankfully, modern medicine has allowed cancer patients during the second and third trimester of pregnancy to receive some types of chemotherapy without harming the baby. This comes as a surprise to many, even to some doctors, who believe...

This Amazing Teenager Has Done Something to be Celebrated (2015)

Instead of focusing on all those who won’t be graduating because their lives were lost to abortion, I want to introduce you to Allison. Allison is a senior at Clyde High School in Abilene Texas and she just did something few people with Down syndrome do — she graduated from high school. Tragically, most babies (about 90%) who are diagnosed before birth with Down syndrome are aborted. They never make it to school — let alone graduate. But Allison began reading in Kindergarten and she participated in the Miss Sweetheart Special Needs pageant in 2012. She has learned how to play the piano, loves art and creating, crafting, and she participated in Special Olympics in Colorado. She is a friend to all who meet her. Allison began school at age of three and, graduating at 18, loves school and learning and she says reading is her favorite subject. She can work a computer, iPad, and iPhone as well as any so-called “normal” kid her age. Allison plans to attend Disability Resources Inc., in Texas next year. They have work programs where each student has a job and learns the skills needed to perform their jobs. Allison’s official graduation ceremony will be in June, and her parents and family are very proud of her. Her celebration of life is a testimony to all. [Julie Ertelt May 29, 2015, Washington, DC, http://www.lifenews.com/2015/05/29/this-amazing-teenager-just-did-something-few-people-with-down-syndrome-ever-do/...